Chatterbox Fun with Family Learning!

Family Learning sessions for Nursery and Reception families These sessions take place on a Thursday morning between 9-11 a.m. and you will be given around 30 minutes within this time to work with your child. This week parents began the three week Chatterbox programme....
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Friday Newsletter

16th March 2018
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Happy Pi Day

On Wednesday 14th March, the pupils in Y5 and 6 celebrated Pi Day. After establishing that it isn't a day to celebrate eating pie, we learnt through a range of activities about pi. Pi is an infinite number, which links the diameter and circumference of a circle. It's...
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On Thursday, Year 5 were lucky enough to pay Early Years a visit so they could see the chicks. 5 pupils helped Miss Lawson to clean the 'tank' that they've been living in. We were all able to hold them and couldn't believe how soft they were.
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World Book Day!

Early Years thoroughly enjoyed celebrating World Book day on Friday. Everybody looked fantastic as we all came to school dressed as our favourite characters. We shared lots of stories in class and were lucky enough to have some of our lovely parents volunteer to come...
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Our tenth chick has hatched!

On Friday night our 10th chick hatched from his egg! Early Years now have ten lovely chicks to continue to care for and learn about in the upcoming...
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Grow your own potatoes

In Year 1 we are taking part in the national grow your own potatoes competition. We have been chitting the potato seeds for the past 2 weeks and we have now planted them. As well as competing nationally we are also competing with Year 2 and will weigh our potatoes...
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World Book Day

Today we celebrated a belated World Book Day. The children enjoyed dressing up as their favourite book characters, wrote stories and shared a story with each other.  
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Welcome to Swalwell Primary School

VLUU L200 / Samsung L200At Swalwell Primary School we work together to promote learning and achieve the highest standards for every child through high expectations and high quality teaching.

We provide an education that is enjoyable, inclusive, stimulating and challenging and which allows individuals to develop their educational potential and skills for life.

The school promotes fundamental British values and is at the heart of the community and provides a safe, secure and respectful environment which enables pupils to develop emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually and academically.


Mrs J Smith: Head Teacher

ATTENDANCE – week ending 16/03/2018

  • Reception 92%
  • Year 2 99%
  • Year 4 89%
  • Year 6 97%
  • Year 1 94%
  • Year 3 98%
  • Year 5 93%
  • Whole School Last Year 95.3%

Every Lesson Counts...

discover what our classes have been learning below


Jeans For Genes Day

><>In order to raise funds for the genetic disorder charity jeans for genes we came to school today dressed as rock stars and wearing denims. Photographs of the occasion can be seen in our gallery in the helping others album >. J...

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Mighty Mercs

Today Chris and Carl the Mighty Mercs fitness instructors came into school to work with children in Y5/6. We enjoyed the hour and a half of fun-filled activity which not only kept us active and healthy but enabled us to develop our team work.(Photographs of the event...

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Welcome Back

All children have made an excellent start to the new academic year.Everyone is settled ,focused and interested in tasks and new topics. School Councillors have been elected with two representatives from each year group.Year 6 prefects have been chosen and are taking...

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Eden Camp

On 24th September, children in Year 4 had a fabulous time at Eden Camp in Malton, North Yorkshire. Many came back to school with images in their heads of World War II ready to write some wonderful descriptive sentences and information reports. Photos can be seen in...

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